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  • Title: Foreign Affairs: How to Protect Intellectual Property | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Home.. News Resources.. News.. Foreign Affairs: How to Protect Intellectual Property by CREATe’s Pamela Passman.. Events.. Resources.. For Media.. March 7, 2013.. |.. News Story.. Recently an article written by CREATe.. org s CEO and President, Pamela Passman, was featured on.. Foreign Affairs.. website, the leading forum for serious discussion of American foreign policy and global affairs published by the.. Council on Foreign Relations.. (CFR).. The article,.. How to Protect Intellectual Property: From Fair Trade to Legal Trade.. highlights the danger of intellectual property theft and corruption for the private sector.. For example, in 2010, the United Nations estimated that corruption wipes out more than five percent of global GDP  ...   industries and collaboratively with supply chain members to improve IP protection and prevent corruption.. She asserts that where the rule of law is inconsistently enforced and corporate management systems are not mature for effectively protecting IP, industry-led approaches need to be embraced.. Passman points to private sector initiatives that have worked to bring positive change and improvements on issues such as quality, labor and environment.. Read the full article at Foreign Affairs.. here.. SOURCE:.. UPCOMING EVENT.. Visit News Events.. FEATURED RESOURCES.. White Paper.. View All Resources.. FROM THE.. VIEWS.. BLOG.. Intellectual Property Protection: Not Just for the Legal Department.. Visit the Blog.. 2 days 13 hours.. 2 days 19 hours..

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  • Title: Who We Are | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Who We Are.. Advisory Council.. Join CREATe.. Pamela Passman.. President and CEO.. Pamela Passman is the founding President and Chief Executive Officer of CREATe.. Prior to establishing CREATe.. org, Ms.. Passman was the Corporate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at Microsoft responsible for regulatory compliance, public policy, corporate citizenship, and corporate philanthropy.. She joined Microsoft in 1996 and until 2002 led the Legal and Corporate Affairs organization in Asia, based in Tokyo, with a focus on Japan, Korea and the People s Republic of China.. Prior to joining Microsoft, Ms.. Passman practiced law with Covington Burling in Washington, D.. C.. and Nagashima Ohno in Tokyo, Japan.. She currently serves on the Boards of Business for Social Responsibility (BSR), the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR), and Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, having served on its Independent Task Force on U.. S.. Trade and Investment Policy.. Toggle.. Leslie Benton.. Vice President, Advocacy Stakeholder Engagement.. Leslie Benton is the Vice President of Advocacy and Stakeholder Engagement of CREATE.. Ms.. Benton is a former Senior Vice President of Levick Strategic Communications, where she led the anti-corruption and compliance communications practice.. Previously, she was the Senior Policy Director for the U.. chapter of Transparency International, where she spearheaded the chapter s outreach to the U.. Government, the G8 and G20, international institutions, multilateral development banks and the private sector.. A lawyer by training, Ms.. Benton is widely recognized for her experience in navigating the complex legal and regulatory landscape for NGOs and Fortune 500 companies in addition to her expertise in corporate compliance and governance, anti-corruption reform, and trade policy.. She has also practiced law with Hogan Hartson, LLP in Washington, D.. and is the Vice Chair, Anti-Corruption Committee of the American Bar Association s Section of International Law.. Benton received her Master of Laws from Harvard Law School and her J.. D.. from the Emory University School of Law.. Craig Moss.. Chief Operating Officer (COO).. Craig Moss is Chief Operating Officer of CREATe.. org where he is responsible for developing CREATe Leading Practices, a program designed to help companies and their suppliers reduce the risks associated with trade secret theft, counterfeiting, piracy and corruption.. He has developed definitive guides for organizations including World Bank Group s International Finance Corporation and the United Nations.. Mr.. Moss is an Executive Advisor for Social Accountability International (SAI) and previously led Social Fingerprint , a program helping companies and their supply chains implement sustainability practices.. Previously, Mr.. Moss founded Global Access Corporation, where he led more than 3,000 business development projects in 50 countries.. Allen N.. Dixon.. Intellectual Property Counsel.. Dixon is a leading lawyer and international specialist in the intellectual property and information technology field, having worked on three continents and advised high technology and other industries in various capacities for more than 25 years.. He worked in General Counsel and Assistant General Counsel positions in technology companies in Asia, the US and Europe between 1986 and 1994.. He was European Counsel and Partner at the private law firm Covington Burling in London, England, from 1994 through 1999, representing companies in the technology industry.. From 2000 to 2005 he served as Executive Director and General Counsel of the international recording industry association IFPI in London.. Since 2005 he has run  ...   to the Air Transport Industry by providing the latest technology to enable business process.. She has worked within her organization to address the challenges of protecting IP and supporting business process to ensure compliance with Anti-Corruption laws.. She is a member of Women in Technology working to enhance technology opportunities for women and girls.. She is also a mentor for women in transition working with the nonprofit The Drake House.. She has a business degree from Pace University with a major in marketing.. Anne Walker.. Director, Marketing and Communications.. Anne Walker is Director of Marketing and Communications.. Prior to joining CREATe, Ms.. Walker was associate director of the London Digital practice for global PR firm Fleishman-Hillard where she managed digital communications for global multinational companies and industry coalitions.. Walker began her career in the USA, working in Seattle and New York City and rising to Senior Vice President of The MWW Group.. In 2000, Ms.. Walker moved to London to lead European marketing for several emerging technology companies involved in mobile, social networking and media.. Walker holds a bachelor s degree in communication from the University of Washington, USA; and a master s degree in writing from Middlesex University in London.. Andrew Garber.. Head of Operations.. Andrew Garber is the Head of Operations for CREATe.. Most recently he was the Office Manager at the Sandia National Laboratories Washington, DC Program Office.. While at Sandia, Andrew s primary responsibilities included operations support for the Washington, DC Program Office, outreach to temporarily assigned Sandia employees in the Washington, DC area, and legislative support for the Sandia Government Relations team.. Prior to Sandia, Andrew was the Director of Operations for the U.. House of Representatives, Committee on Ways and Means from 2006-2010.. In this role he provided the day-to-day operations and IT support, drafted and managed committee s biannual budget, and provided administrative and technical support for committee hearings.. Additionally, Andrew served as Systems Administrator of U.. Senator George Voinovich from 2002-2006.. Andrew has a Bachelor s Degree in Political Science from The Ohio State University.. Weili Shen.. Head of Service Support.. Weili Shen is an experienced project manager who possesses detailed knowledge of intellectual property and anti-corruption issues.. She started her career in Shanghai where she was a legal and corporate affairs professional with a multinational corporation.. While there, she conducted due diligence on external vendors and outbound investment, maintained records and regulatory filings and was responsible for reviewing contracts and agreements in both Chinese and English.. Prior to joining CREATe, Weili provided consulting advice to U.. companies seeking entry into China.. Weili also served as a program manager and coordinator for the Maryland China Initiative, Pacific NorthWest Economic Region, and Washington State China Relations Council where she gained expertise on U.. -China relations, served as a point of contact for business partners, and managed operations.. She received her Bachelor of Law from Shanghai International Studies University.. She also earned a Master of Pacific International Affairs from the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies at UC San Diego.. TEST YOUR CORRUPTION RISK.. Does your company and/or your supply chain partners have the systems in place to effectively prevent corruption? Take our.. short quiz.. to find out!.. OUR PRINCIPLES.. The CREATe.. org Principles offer companies guidance and language around the commitment to IP protection and anti-corruption.. Download the principles..

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  • Title: Advisory Council | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Hidetaka Aizawa.. Professor of Business Laws, Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy, Hitotsubashi University.. Hidetaka Aizawa is Professor of Business Laws at the Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy at Hitotsubashi University in Japan.. He has more than 25 years of research and teaching experience in the areas of intellectual property law and trade law.. In addition to his current position at Hitotsuabshi University, he has researched and taught at the University of Tokyo, Waseda University, and Tsukuba University, and served as a visiting professor to Harvard University.. Professor Aizawa has been a member of the Expert Panel on Strategy for Intellectual Property of the Council for Science and Technology Policy in the Cabinet Office and the Industrial Property Council in the Japan Patent Office, and is currently serving on governmental councils such as the Council on Customs, Tariff, Foreign Exchange and Other Transactions in the Ministry of Finance; the Health Science Council in the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare; and the Expert Panel on Strengthening Competitiveness by Intellectual Property and International Standardization in the Intellectual Property Strategy Headquarters of the Cabinet Office.. He is also leading the International Intellectual Property Research Forum, which is engaged in research sponsored by the Japan Patent Office.. Over the past 25 years, Professor Aizawa has published numerous theses and books that discuss international intellectual property and patent law.. Professor Aizawa received his Master of Laws and Bachelor of Economics from the University of Tokyo and finished his doctoral course at the Graduate Schools of Law and Politics of the University of Tokyo.. Alan Larson.. Senior International Policy Advisor, Covington Burling LLP, Chair of TI-USA.. Alan Larson is a Senior International Policy Advisor with the law firm of Covington and Burling (C B).. An economist by training, Mr.. Larson provides clients with strategic advice, counseling and representation at the intersection of international business and public policy.. His practice encompasses international trade, investment and acquisitions, centering on the U.. Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS); sanctions and trade compliance; international energy transactions; protection of intellectual property; and compliance with anti-bribery rules.. Larson is a member of the Board of Counselors of McLarty Associates, a strategic partner of C B.. He is Chairman of Transparency International/USA, a Board Member of Bread for the World, and a Distinguished Fellow at the Council on Competitiveness.. He previously served as the Under Secretary of State for Economic, Business and Agricultural Affairs; Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs; and Ambassador to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).. Larson received in 2005 the special honor of being designated a Career Ambassador.. He received his Ph.. and B.. A.. from the University of Iowa.. Hau Lee.. Professor, Stanford Business School, Faculty Director, Stanford University Graduate School of Business.. Hau L.. Lee is the Thoma Professor of Operations, Information and Technology at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.. His areas of specialization include supply chain management, information technology, global logistics system design, inventory planning, and manufacturing strategy.. He is the founding and current director of the Stanford Global Supply Chain Management Forum, an industry-academic consortium to advance the theory and practice of global supply chain management.. Professor Lee has consulted extensively in the public and private sectors.. He is a cofounder of a number of supply chain and price optimization software companies including NON-STOP Solutions, DemandTec, SignalDemand, and TrueDemand.. He is also on the Board and Advisory Board of several logistics services and supply chain software companies.. Professor Lee has given executive training workshops on supply chain management and global logistics in Asia, Europe, and America.. His article, The Triple-A Supply Chain, was the Second Place Winner of the McKinsey Award for the Best Paper in 2004 in the Harvard Business Review.. In 2004, his coauthored paper in 1997, Information Distortion in a Supply Chain: The Bullwhip Effect, was voted as one of the 10 most influential papers in the history of Management Science.. Richard M.. Locke.. Class of 1922 Professor of Political Science and Management, MIT Sloan School of Management, Department Head, Political Science Department, Massachusetts  ...   wherever its products are made.. Keith E.. Maskus.. Professor of Economics and Associate Dean for Social Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder.. Maskus is Professor of Economics and Associate Dean for Social Sciences at the University of Colorado, Boulder.. He has been a Lead Economist in the Development Research Group at the World Bank.. He is also a Research Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a Fellow at the Kiel Institute for World Economics, and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Adelaide.. He has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Adelaide and Bocconi University, and a Visiting Scholar at the CES-Ifo Institute at the University of Munich and the China Center for Economic Research at Peking University.. He serves also as a Consultant for the World Bank, the World Health Organization, and the World Intellectual Property Organization and is currently chairing a panel of the National Academy of Sciences on intellectual property management in standards-setting organizations.. Professor Maskus received his Ph.. in economics from the University of Michigan in 1981 and has written extensively about various aspects of international trade.. His current research focuses on the international economic aspects of protecting intellectual property rights.. He is the author of Intellectual Property Rights in the Global Economy, published by the Institute for International Economics, and co-editor of International Public Goods and the Transfer of Technology under a Globalized Intellectual Property Regime, published by Cambridge University Press.. He recently wrote a piece analyzing the need for reforms in U.. patent policy, published by the Council on Foreign Relations.. A new volume, Private Rights and Public Problems: The Global Economics of Intellectual Property in the 21st Century, is scheduled for publication by the Peterson Institute for International Economics.. Ambassador Susan Schwab.. Professor- Public Policy, University of Maryland and Strategic Advisor to Mayer Brown LLP.. Ambassador Schwab served as United States Trade Representative (USTR) (2006-2009), and as Deputy USTR from 2005-2006.. Her career has spanned the public, private and non-profit sectors, with an emphasis on international trade and competitiveness.. As a USTR, she concluded free trade agreements (FTAs) with Peru, Colombia, Panama and South Korea and helped achieve Congressional approval of FTAs with Peru, Bahrain and Oman.. Ambassador Schwab launched the initial Trans Pacific Partnership trade negotiations and worked to close the World Trade Organization (WTO) Doha Round negotiations.. She initiated and resolved multiple trade disputes with China and other countries, concluded the United States bilateral WTO accession agreement with Russia, and oversaw the admission to the WTO of Vietnam and Ukraine.. Previously, in academia, Ambassador Schwab served as Dean of the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland, President of the University System of Maryland Foundation.. Her prior roles also include Director of Corporate Business Development for Motorola, Inc.. , responsible for negotiating joint venture agreements in China and elsewhere in Asia; and Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Director-General, U.. Foreign Commercial Service, responsible for the global network of export promotion professionals who work with small, medium and large U.. firms interested in doing business internationally.. Ambassador Schwab serves on the Boards of FedEx, Caterpillar, Boeing, and the Signature Theatre, and chairs the U.. Air Force Academy Board of Visitors.. She is also on the Board of advisors of Miller Buckfire and is a member of the Aspen Strategy Group.. Roberto Abdenur.. CEO of ETCO and Former Ambassador to the US, China and Germany.. Roberto Abdenur is Former Brazilian Ambassador to the United States, China and Germany; and is currently CEO of ETCO, the Brazilian Institute for Ethics in Competition, a Non-Governmental Organization that works with corporations and associations to promote responsible business practices.. He has also served as Deputy-Foreign Minister and is a member of CEBRI- the Brazilian Center for International Relations and GACINT, a forum for the analysis of major foreign policy issues at the University of São Paulo.. He is also a member of Consultative Councils at Brazil s National Federation of Commerce, at São Paulo s Federation of Commerce and Rio de Janeiro s Commercial Association.. He speaks Portuguese, Spanish, English, French, and German.. IN THE NEWS..

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  • Title: About CREATe | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: About CREATe.. Reduce Your Risks with CREATe.. org helps companies and their suppliers and business partners reduce the risks of counterfeiting, piracy, trade secret theft and corruption.. Time for a New Approach.. Intellectual Property (IP) theft and corruption is rife in markets around the world.. Governments can only do so much.. org offers a new way for companies to improve business practices within their own networks of suppliers and business partners.. This collective effort fosters improved business practices  ...   Practices for Anti-Corruption includes online assessments, tools, training and resources to help companies improve business processes and build frameworks for compliance.. Our service is being used by companies across a range of industries.. Partner with us to reduce your risk.. Request a demo.. today or.. contact us.. By 2015, the value of counterfeit and pirated materials is expected to hit $1.. 61% of supply chain managers view corruption as the most significant risk to their businesses after product safety..

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  • Title: Intellectual Property Protection: Not Just for the Legal Department | CREATe.org Intellectual Property IP Protection Guide
    Descriptive info: September 12, 2013.. IP.. ,.. Intellectual Property.. Intellectual Property Protection.. SHARE:.. It s hard to overstate the value of IP, or the risk to a company if it is stolen or misappropriated: intellectual property including new innovations, creative content and brand designs, and proprietary information like customer lists is increasingly central to competing successfully in the global economy, accounting for about 75 percent of the worth and revenues for most businesses.. As IP takes new shapes and the theft of it also takes new forms in the age of technology it stands to reason that protecting it cannot be confined to the legal team.. That s why CREATe has developed a set of tools for IP protection that can be integrated into management systems company-wide, inculcated in employees training and importantly shared with business partners in the global supply chain.. In our.. 250-page Guide to Improving Your IP Protection Program,.. we outline the steps necessary to build and mature processes and practices to safeguard intangible assets.. The Guide includes content such as:.. How to build a cross-operational IP Compliance Team.. that is appropriately scaled for your company.. The goal is to create a pragmatic system within existing management, not demanding new bureaucracy.. How to assess and upgrade protections against  ...   intellectual property systems and values.. The Guide also features tools and resources, such as sample policies, contractor agreements, letters to employees, sample procedures, IP checklists and other information specific to a broad range of IP, from trade secrets to copyright.. CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection provides a practical way to assess your company s intellectual property in all its forms, and to determine whether the safeguards you have in place are up to the task.. To learn more about the Guide, please download a.. preview.. in the Tools section.. To see how your company can participate in CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection, please email us: info@CREATe.. IP Protection Tools and Resources:.. IP Protection Guide Preview.. Sample IP Policies.. Whitepaper: Trade Secret Theft.. Whitepaper: The Health and Safety Risks of Counterfeits.. Build a Business Case.. for an IP Protection Program.. Test your IP Exposure and IP Protection Kit.. SUBSCRIBE.. TAGS.. Intellectual Property (46).. Anti-corruption (36).. Supply Chain (17).. Intellectual Property Protection (17).. Counterfeit (15).. Global Supply Chains (11).. Compliance (9).. Trade Secret Theft (8).. IP (5).. FCPA (2).. Corporate Social Responsibility (2).. Events (1).. risk mitigation (1).. corporate compliance (1).. fighting corruption (1).. FEATURED STORIES.. Fighting Corruption: Good for Corporations.. Pilot Update: IP Protection Status – Insight on Asia..

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  • Title: Views Blog | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: The 2014 Threat Landscape was the focus of a recent Information Security Forum (ISF) presentation in New York City.. The session, featuring Greg Garcia, former DHS Assistant Secretary for Cyber Security and.. org) was founded in October, 2011 with the mission of helping companies and their suppliers and business partners reduce counterfeiting, piracy, trade secret theft.. Mitigating Corruption: Third Parties.. A new report from Baker McKenzie offers advice for companies seeking to mitigate the risks of bribery and corruption when working with third-party contractors:.. EU moves to unify, strengthen protection of trade secrets.. December 11, 2013.. The European Commission on Nov.. 28 published draft rules designed to thwart the growing problem of trade secret theft, and improve the climate for investment, research and innovation across the EU s 28 member states.. ABA: Brazil’s Anti-Bribery Legislation.. December 5, 2013.. The American Bar Association (ABA) Section of International Law Anti-Corruption Committee hosted a panel on November 22 on Brazil s Anti-Corruption Scenario: Perspectives of the Multilateral Development Banks  ...   American Conference Institute National Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Charles Duross, Deputy Chief of the FCPA Unit in the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Kara.. The Real Cost of Bribery.. November 27, 2013.. According to a new report from Harvard Business School on firm competitiveness and the detection of bribery, the impact of bribery can be felt far down the corporate chain.. ICC Report: IP and Innovation.. November 25, 2013.. The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has just released a report on the role of intellectual property (IP) management in innovative small and medium enterprises (SMEs).. Coming Soon: CREATe Leading Practices in Spanish.. November 20, 2013.. Over the past year, companies in China, Brazil, Japan, Europe and the US have learned ways to mitigate the risks of IP theft and corruption by participating in the pilot of CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection and CREATe.. Pages.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. next ›.. last »..

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  • Title: Intellectual Property Protection - Intellectual Property | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Anti-Corruption.. Intellectual Property (IP) theft - patent and copyright infringement, trade secret loss and counterfeit and pirated goods - is a challenge that impacts companies across a broad range of industries.. CREATe Leading Practices for Intellectual Property Protection is a cost-effective, practical solution that helps companies work with suppliers and business partners to improve processes for protecting intellectual property.. Reduce your risk: CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection.. CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection is cost-effective, practical and works within existing frameworks and compliance programs.. The service includes three steps: an online self-assessment; an independent evaluation; and an improvement plan, with steps and recommendations for policies, processes and systems to protect IP.. CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection is available online in multiple languages to accommodate companies in a range of countries.. Learn More Request a Demo.. IP: Central to Corporate Success.. As much as 75% of most organizations value and revenue source are in intangible assets,  ...   risks, paving the way for consumer class action suits and reputational damage.. Most companies already have policies, procedures and contract language designed to protect IP.. CREATe takes the next step towards strengthened IP protection by offering tools and training to help companies, their suppliers and business partners develop processes and frameworks to ensure they can meet their commitment to protect and appropriately manage intellectual property.. REQUEST A DEMO.. CREATe is offering a new approach to IP Protection and Anti-Corruption through a three part assessment and evaluation tool offering a cost effective and scalable process for safeguarding your business.. Free Trial:.. CREATe IP Self-Assessment.. Interested in seeing how CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection works? Access our free trial.. IP PROTECTION QUIZ.. How well does your company and suppliers protect your IP? Find out by taking our short quiz which provides an overview ranking across our eight process categories.. Test your IP exposure.. FEATURED TOOLS.. View All Tools..

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  • Title: Anti Corruption - Anti Corruption Policy | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Corruption and Bribery Are a Risk to All.. According to the World Bank, more than $1 trillion in bribes are paid annually.. Corporations with global supply chains are at risk for litigation, legal fines upwards of hundreds of millions of dollars, and even jail time for individuals.. It can also result in reputational damage that can cost customers, business opportunities, and cause debarment from government contracts.. Proactive anti-corruption approaches can mitigate these risks and protect a company s bottom line.. CREATe Leading Practices for Anti-Corruption is a cost-effective and scalable solution that helps companies work with their supply chain partners to reduce the risk of corruption.. Reduce your risk: CREATe Leading Practices for Anti-Corruption.. CREATe s Leading Practices for Anti-Corruption helps companies proactively minimize their corruption risk.. It includes:.. Self-assessment: allowing companies and their supply chain partners to review internal anti-corruption policies, procedures and frameworks;.. Independent evaluation: a review of the self-assessment of anti-corruption policies, procedures and frameworks followed by  ...   help minimize corruption.. Gaining visibility into the anti-corruption processes and systems in place by supply chain partners provides intelligence for companies to help avoid the reputational and legal risks associated with corruption.. Organizations might wish to consider seeking external verification or assurance of the effectiveness of anti-bribery procedures.. -.. UK Bribery Act.. [Enterprises should consider] the improvement of its Corporate Compliance Program by seeking External certification, verification or assurance.. International Chamber of Commerce.. Rules on Combating Corruption.. Independent assurance can be helpful to enterprises seeking to strengthen their anti-bribery programs.. Transparency International.. Assurance Framework for Corporate Anti-bribery Programmes.. [Good practices include] periodic reviews of the ethics and compliance programs or measures, designed to evaluate and improve their effectiveness.. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.. Good Practice Guidance on Internal Control, Ethics, and Compliance.. Policy Guidance.. Confused by all of the Anti-Corruption Guidance out there?.. See CREATe s Compliance Guidelines for a comprehensive overview of all major international guidelines.. Download Policy Guidance..

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  • Title: IP Risks - Protecting Your Intellectual Property | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Tools Training.. Tools.. Are you concerned about protecting your intellectual property (IP) within your own company or among your supply chain partners? If so, do you need to make the case internally to others in your organization?.. To help, we ve developed this simple.. tool which identifies your top priorities and challenges and offers steps that you can take to help mitigate your  ...   report, which you can download and share freely with others in your organization.. IP Risks Protection.. Is your company at risk for IP theft? Take this quick report builder to identify your priorities, challenges and steps you can take to protect your IP.. It only takes minutes and you can download the report immediately.. Enter Your Email Address.. org will not share your information..

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  • Title: Free Trial | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: Free Trial.. Free Trial: CREATe IP Self-Assessment.. Does your company follow best practices for policies relating to the protection of IP? Take 15 minutes and find out with a free trial of.. CREATe Leading Practices for IP Protection.. In addition to assessing your policies for IP protection, you ll be able to confidentially benchmark against other companies.. Your trial will provide you access to the Policies portion of the.. CREATe Leading Practices Self-Assessment.. You will also gain access to a variety of resources including the CREATe Principles and IP Model Policies.. Access the Free Trial.. To access the Free Trial, follow the  ...   New User.. Enter the following ID and password.. Enrollment Key ID:.. free.. Password:.. trial.. Fill in the form with your information.. Click on Programs tab.. Start the course by selecting Chapter 1.. If you d like to learn more about CREATe s IP protection and/or anti-corruption compliance solutions, please contact us at.. info@CREATe.. Did you know, as much as 75% of an organizations value and revenue source is in intellectual property? Access CREATe s.. intellectual property kit now and get access to an IP Quiz, Whitepapers, and a Free Trial of CREATe s Leading Practices for IP Protection.. CREATe s Intellectual Property Kit..

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  • Title: Mitigating Corruption: Third Parties | CREATe.org
    Descriptive info: A new report.. from Baker McKenzie offers advice for companies seeking to mitigate the risks of bribery and corruption when working with third-party contractors:.. Vetting and Selecting:.. Pay close attention to the third party s track record, reputation, and cost of services provided to catch any red flags.. Checking references and including in-person interviews are particularly important in this early process.. Structuring and Documenting:.. Create risk matrices to make risk assessment easier, and include strict compliance covenants in any contracts with third parties.. Training and Educating:.. Train employees to work with third parties, and make sure to conduct substantive compliance training with the third party.. Monitoring and Evaluating:.. Follow through on monitoring and  ...   to claims such as This is how it s done in Russia.. To download the report,.. click here.. Working with Third Parties on Anti-Corruption Compliance.. If you are looking for ways to work with third parties on anti-corruption, CREATe.. org offers a three-step service -.. CREATe Leading Practices for Anti-Corruption.. - helps companies identify potential risks and prevent corruption throughout global supply chains.. The service includes an online assessment, independent evaluation and improvement program designed to help companies and supply chain partners put systems in place to reduce the potential for corruption.. For more information, please email: info@CREATe.. org Resources:.. Anti-Corruption Compliance Guidelines.. Guide to Improving Your Anti-Corruption Program.. Preview.. Test Your Corruption Risks..

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